Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'lake of the woods'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Outdoor Minnesota Fishing - Hunting Forums

  • Outdoor & Fishing Minnesota
    • "Members Only" Insider Fishing Reports
    • Ice Fishing Minnesota
    • Equipment-Expert Information - MN
    • Fishing Minnesota - (Spring, Summer & Fall)
    • FREE LISTING-FOR SALE! List Your Boats, Fishing, Hunting, Employment & Used Items! - FM 'Members'
    • Bowfishing/Spearing - MN
    • Outdoor Minnesota Talk - Keep it Civil
    • Ultimate Panfish League
  • Minnesota Fishing Reports - Current - Hunting Info
    • Alexandria-Miltona-Ottertail-Battle Lake-Perham-Fergus Falls Area Fishing Reports - Hunting
    • Annandale-Buffalo-Hutchinson Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Brainerd, Aitkin, McGregor Area Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • BWCA-Duluth-Gunflint Trail-North Shore Lake Superior Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Bemidji Area, Cass, Leech and Winnibigoshish Lake Fishing Reports - Hunting
    • Crane-Kabetogama-Namakan-Rainy-Rainy River Fishing Reports
    • Detroit Lakes, Pelican Rapids, Red River Area Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Forest Lake-Cambridge-Elk River-Hinckley-Lindstrom-Rush City Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Grand Rapids, Backus, Bowstring, Deer River, Emily, Hackensack, Longville Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Lake of the Woods Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • MN Twin Cities Metro Area Fishing Reports - Hunting
    • Mille Lacs Lake Fishing Reports
    • Mississippi River North Fishing Reports
    • Mississippi River Pool 2, 3, 4 (Pools 5-9)-Minnesota River Fishing Reports
    • St Cloud Area Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • St. Croix River Fishing Reports
    • South Central Minnesota, Faribault, Mankato, Albert Lea, Waterville fishing reports - hunting - Events
    • SE MN - Rochester-Lanesboro-Red Wing-Winona Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • SW Minnesota & Willmar-Spicer Fishing Reports - Hunting - Events
    • Upper Red Lake Fishing Reports - Hunting
    • Vermilion-Pelican Lake-Chisholm-Cook-Ely-Eveleth-Hibbing-Orr-Virginia Fishing Reports - Hunting
  • Minnesota Hunting Forums
    • MN Hunting
    • Hunting Dogs MN
    • MN Deer Hunting-Bear-Elk-Moose
    • MN Duck Hunting - Geese - Waterfowl-Sandhill Cranes
    • MN Pheasant Hunting-Grouse-Dove-Partridge
    • Minnesota Turkey Hunting
    • MN Archery - Bowhunting
    • MN Shooting Sports-Muzzleloader Hunting-Gun Talk
    • MN Varmints-Furbearers-Trapping
  • Minnesota Sports
    • Minnesota Baseball
    • Minnesota Basketball
    • Minnesota Football
    • Minnesota Hockey
  • Minnesota River & Stream Fishing
    • MN River, Stream, & Shore Fishing - Canoe and Watersports.
    • MN Fly Fishing
  • Fish by Species
    • Bass
    • Catfish
    • Carp/Sturgeon/Real-Gamefish
    • Crappies-Sunfish
    • Muskies-Musky Fishing - Northern Pike
    • Trout
    • Walleye Fishing-Perch
  • Misc.
    • The FM Lodge
    • FREE Things Given ONLY - Classified Ads
    • Barter-No Money Transactions Allowed
    • Store Sales
  • Leech Lake Guide Service - FREE Fishing Reports - Book Trip when you JOIN CLUB's Open Water - Follow-↓ or →
  • Leech Lake Guide Service - FREE Fishing Reports - Book Trip when you JOIN CLUB's Ice Fishing - Follow:↓ or →

Calendars

  • Outdoor Minnesota Event Calendar
  • Leech Lake Guide Service - FREE Fishing Reports - Book Trip when you JOIN CLUB's Book Your Trip or Call (651-812-1759
  • Leech Lake Guide Service - FREE Fishing Reports - Book Trip when you JOIN CLUB's Leech Lake Guide Service Events

Blogs

  • Fishing Minnesota News & Musings
  • American Angler Leagues
  • Shack's Blog
  • Lake Iwanttobethere
  • prov1900
  • Tunrevir~
  • Fishing in God's Creation
  • we can help make fishing, hunting and active apparel
  • Fishing
  • Slab Seeker Blog
  • Marcum rt9
  • Puerto Vallarta: Awesome Place for Fishing
  • Bass
  • Nice Ice and Dice
  • The Equipment Endeavor Effect
  • Line, Lines, Lines,...
  • RF LeBlanc
  • Leech Lake Guide Service - FREE Fishing Reports - Book Trip when you JOIN CLUB's Leech Lake's Amazing Fishing - Follow-↓ or →

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

  1. Hello all from the Northwest Angle! I hope everyone had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year! We are fishing in full force up here now and it has been a good first week! We are filling limits of walleyes with some saugers mixed in. Slot fish have not been shy either, and we have had multiple 20-25" fish being caught every day. On the Minnesota side, we are fishing in 19-25 feet and the best has been anything tipped with a minnow head being jigged most of the time. Of course, you still want to be using that dead stick, as that has produced fish also. Best colors have been
  2. The wind blew enough to take the lake out of play yesterday so Mike Lindholm and I went back to the Rainy River and with a great tip from Paul Johnson at River Bends Resort we got into some really nice fish. Very nice way to beat the NW winds that howl in the fall. Check it out right here.
  3. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 10/24/16 Flag Island Resort is still OPEN! We will be open until the ice is in so, if you can get here we would be happy to have you! Fishing and hunting is great this time of year, it is our personal favorite! On the Minnesota side, the Walleye bite has been good, some successful spots have been around Soldier’s Point and Brush Island. Jigging with a minnow has been the tactic of choice in 8-20 feet. Shiners are still plentiful in the bays. The water temp has been around 45-46 degrees. Duck hunting has s
  4. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort, Lake of the Woods NW Angle 10/17/16 On the Minnesota side fishing in 12-24 feet of water around Soldiers Point, NW Point, Brush Island and Mergan’s Point has been good. Points are where the fish are at! We have found that there are a lot of shinners in bays. Jigs tipped with a minnow still are the tactic of choice. The water temp is around 49 degrees. Many kinds of ducks are here and the hunting is still continuing to get better. On the Ontario side the Crappie bite is still on! The first run of emerald shinners was great and the next wave
  5. https://youtu.be/Vk3WvIS1GN8 In the fall the windy days increase and when the wind blows it blows harder and LOTW can get real churned up. That's not great news but once the wind stops the water cleans up in a hurry and the fish really want to bite. Last week had some real wind that kept fishers on shore for a couple of days but when the winds stops find some cleanish water and the fish are going nuts. On this new NCOR video I will give you some of the spots to look for that clean up quick and fill with biting fish after the wind settles down. Enjoy it and have a great OCT!
  6. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 10/10/16 Here in the northwest angle over the past week we have had some varying weather from cold, windy, rainy days to sunny and cooler temperatures. The water temperature varies around 55 degrees. On the Minnesota side the Walleye/Sauger bite has been good in 8-26 feet of water. Fishing has been best on points off of large shorelines and some reefs. Shiners and perch minnows are in the bays. The tactic of choice is a jig head with a shiner or fathead. Trolling for Muskies is in full swing. We are starting to s
  7. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 10/3/16 On the Minnesota side fishing has been good. The Walleyes and Saugers are still in the mud in 10-20 feet and the water temperature is around 59 to 60 degrees. The north side and south tip of Oak Island has been producing fish as well as American and Northwest points. The Flag Island flats have also been good. The birds have been following the shiners as well and they have been good at directing anglers to the fish. Orange and hammered gold spinners or chartreuse, gold and black ¼ to 3/8 ounce jigs tipped with a s
  8. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 9-13-16 On the Minnesota side the Walleye bite has been in 20-24 feet. The Northwest point is hot as well as the north point of Hay. Jigging on the Norman Rocks is picking up as well as a few fish on Starren Shoals. Hammered gold, orange and pink spinners still are the colors of choice. The jig bite has been getting better as well. The water temp. is around 61-62 degrees. On the Ontario side the Walleyes are in their fall spots in 24-30 feet. The water temp is approximately 68 degrees and the jig bite has been coming
  9. 9.12.16 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report Hello folks! Checking back in from Sunset Lodge on beautiful Oak Island here in the Northwest Angle of Lake of the Woods. We hope you all had a wonderful week! Here in the Angle, fall is beginning to take hold as leaves start turning, temps start falling and the days get shorter. We've had a fantastic week here at Sunset Lodge, fishing has been heating up as the water temps start falling. We've had guests fishing both the Minnesota side of the lake and in Ontario waters. Anglers have been doing well on both sides of the pond and have managed to lan
  10. Fishing report from Flag Island Resort, Lake of the Woods NW Angle 9/5/16 Happy Labor Day, we hope everyone is having a safe and fun holiday weekend! Up here in the northwest angle we have had quite a few rainy and windy days. The fish are still biting better than ever, and the fishing is only going to get better. Fall brings some of the best fishing of the year as well as some of the best wildlife to be seen! On the Minnesota side the bait fish are moving into bays and shallows. Walleye and Saugers are being caught in 1
  11. Hello everyone! Checking in from Sunset lodge here on beautiful Oak Island in the Northwest Angle on Lake of the Woods. Hope everyone had a fantastic week! Here in the Angle, summer has come to an end as the water temps are slowly cooling. The days are getting shorter and the nights are starting to get that first chill of Fall in the air. Soon the leaves on the trees will start to show their vibrant colors and the geese will begin migrating South. In the North country, September is the kick off to Minnesota's hunting seasons, whether it's deer, bear or small game. And here in the Angle it's
  12. Fishing report from Flag Island Resort, Lake of the Woods NW Angle 8/29/16 Up here in the NW Angle fishing has been good with some cooler days as well as some wind, the water temperature is around 71 degrees. On the Minnesota side fishing mainly off of reefs in 17-27 feet of water has been successful, a few days we produced fish in 10-17 feet of water on rocks. Fishing around the west bar of Little Oak, Crowduck and the west side of Garden has been the place to be. Purple and clown raps with riggers, gold spinners, and jigging when fish are up shallow on the rocks have all
  13. http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forums/forum/71-lake-of-the-woods-fishing-reports-hunting/ Hello folks! Checking in from Oak Island this week, would you believe it's the last week of August already? With the fall season fast approaching, now is the time to head North to the Angle and get in on some fantastic fishing that we're experiencing and the even better fishing that's yet to come as the days get cooler and those leaves start turning! Up on the Canadian side, water temps have cooled significantly, they are hovering around the 65 degree mark. Anglers are targeting walleyes around t
  14. Water temps are cooling off already, the front of my shirts is covered in drool because my favorite time of the year allllllmost here.
  15. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 8/22/16 On the Minnesota side anglers have been catching Walleyes and Saugers in 18-22 feet of water on warmer days and in 20-27 feet of water on the cooler days. These fish have been caught in mud and rubble rock, west bar off Little Oak, crow duck, west bar off Garden and in the mud south of Oak Island. Fishing chartreuse, green and gold spinners with shiners and crawlers seems to be more productive compared to down rigging most days. Down rigging has been successful with fire tiger and shiner like colors. The water temp
  16. 8/15/16 Flag Island Resort Fishing Report, Lake of the Woods NW Angle On the Minnesota side, fishing in 12-24 feet of water with orange and hammered gold spinners with crawlers or minnows has been producing fish. Down rigging with raps has also been successful. Jigging should start picking up in a few weeks. Areas between Little Oak and Oak Island fishing near the border in the mud and rubble rock has been the place to be. Many anglers are finding the walleye as well as a few bonus crappies and perch. Over on the Ontario side, fishing in 15-22 feet in fall spots has produced fis
  17. Fishing report from Flag Island Resort 8/8/16 Lately up here in the NW Angle we have had some windy days and a few thunderstorms roll through. Guests and guides have still been finding fish and taking home limits. On the MN side, the walleye bite has been good south of Oak and Little Oak. The water temperature has been at 75 degrees. The fish are in the mud in about 20-24 feet. Orange, gold and pink spinners with bottom bouncers or in line weighs with minnows or crawlers have seemed to be the trick. Recent reports of anything with red beads have really been turning the fish on.
  18. Hey there folks, checking in from Sunset Lodge on beautiful Oak Island in the Northwest Angle on Lake Of the Woods. Hope everyone had a great week! Here in the Angle, Mother Nature has shown us her many faces in the way of strong winds, drenching rains, bright sunny days, and one more bug hatch this season! Aside from all that our guests were still able to enjoy their time with us and get in on some fantastic fishing! In Minnesota waters, the water temps are ranging between 73 to 75 degrees. Anglers are finding walleyes and saugers in the mud areas around four blocks and Little Oak Islan
  19. Strong bite continues both bait fishing and trolling crankbaits. Resorts jig fishing, drifting spinners and downrigging with crankbaits. Schools of fish in the basin in 28-32 feet giving up good numbers of 16-18 inch walleyes. Garden Island and 9-12 miles off of Pine Island are holding fish. Some big headed eyes mixed in as well. Gold, silver and white have been strong. Water temp is 77 degrees. On the Rainy River, walleyes are being caught jigging and pulling crankbaits. Trolling this time of year is a great way to locate fish and catch multi-species. Nice pods of river walleyes availa
  20. Consistent weather and the water at the warmest we’ve seen so far has shown that the hay day is here and the fishing are biting up here in the NW Angle on Lake of the Woods! On the Minnesota side we have found Walleyes mostly on the mud flats and some days on the reefs in that 22-29 foot range. The water temp has hit 74 degrees and spinners with minnows or crawlers have produced fish. Raps, bottom bouncers and down riggers are all at their peaks as well. On windy days we found trolling shorelines by the islands with hammered gold spinners and in line weights with cranks successful as w
  21. Hello everyone! Checking in from Sunset Lodge Resort on beautiful Oak Island, hope everyone had a fantastic week! Thanks to everyone that came to stay with us over the past week, we hope you had a wonderful time and made some fantastic memories. We had a great week as far as Mother Nature was concerned. A mix of clouds and sun along with some heat made for great boating and vacation weather, however fishing can get downright tough with those conditions especially this time of year. But, this is the Northwest Angle, and great fishing is always available as long as anglers can adjust and adapt t
  22. This past week we have seen plenty of storms, rain and heat but, that has not stopped fishermen and women from getting fish in their live wells. On the MN side this past week we have seen some good fishing. Pulling orange, gold or pink spinners with crawlers or pulling raps in 18-24 feet south of Oak and Flag Island as well as Little Oak has been producing fish. On the Ontario side pulling spinners with crawlers has been successful with the orange gold and pink colors due to fish feeding on crayfish. The depth has been between 24 and 27 feet in mud and on the breaks off of the
  23. MN In the NW angle this past week we have had some very windy days along with a few thunderstorms. With that being said, for the Walleye bite, the magic depth has been in 24-29 feet and a lot of fishermen have been having luck in the mud between Little Oak and Oak Island as well as around Four Blocks pulling spinners and bottom bouncers as well as with down riggers or snap weights with Raps. The Muskies have been found in shallow bays with rocks adjacent to weeds and deep water. Ontario On the Ontario side the Walleyes have been out deep in the mud off the rocks in 25-35
  24. Hello again from Sunset Lodge on Oak Island! Hope everyone had a great week! Here in the Northwest Angle, things are about as good as they can be, the weather has been decent and just a few showers and storms to contend with. And the fishing has been good! The water temp was between 70 and 73 degrees this week. Stateside, anglers are finding that pulling night crawlers behind spinner rigs has been working well and catching walleyes. Depths range anywhere from 8 to 25 feet with hammered gold, copper, orange, and pink being the best producers. Areas to target are the flats and mud be
  25. 7/11/16 Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort, NW Angle Lake of the Woods Minnesota The Bug hatch is over and it is time to go south instead of north. The depth to be fishing has been from 22-30 feet. Little Traverse has been producing and the rock reefs are loading up good. The water temperature is at 70 degrees. There have been numerous launches up north from the south shore by Garden Island. Ontario Muskies have been found in both the weeds and rock this week, shallow rocks have seemed best. Flag Island Resort entered a boat in the Wiley Point Musky Bowl and it
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.